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Federal Judge Upholds Indiana University’s Vaccine Mandate

A federal judge denied a motion for a preliminary injunction Monday that sought to halt a COVID-19 vaccine requirement at Indiana University (IU). The university's...

University of Houston Vaccinates 1,000 Health Care Workers and Students

As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to more people, colleges and universities are taking on the role of administering doses to their campus communities. The...

HBCUs Launch Clinics to Help Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

Howard University opened a clinic on its campus last week to help distribute coronavirus vaccines, joining the ranks of other historically Black colleges and...

Unauthorized Georgetown Medical Students Received COVID-19 Vaccine

Georgetown University (GU) officials confirmed on Tuesday that first- and second-year medical students who are not working in health care settings have recently been...

Pharmacy Students Across the U.S. Prepare to Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

Special Report: Nursing and Pharmacy Schools Nursing and pharmacy students step up to combat COVID-19 and prepare the nation for a healthier tomorrow. Pharmacy schools...